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Empirical Research
Dear Students: Did you know that your Lillian Goldman Law Library supports empirical legal research from start to finish? For those beginning their statistical training...
Dear Students: Are you mulling over your Spring 2016 course schedule? Although Legal Research is not a required course here at Yale Law School, we offer several...
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Dear Students: Did you know the Lillian Goldman Law Library offers Notary Public Services to the YLS Community at no charge? Two members of our staff, Shana Jackson (...
  Dear Students: Did you know we have scanners and printers throughout the Law Library, on virtually every floor, for your convenience? Below is a list of both...
Welcome to the Lillian Goldman Law Library!
Welcome to Yale Law School (YLS). We’re glad you’re here! During your time at YLS you will become familiar with and will (hopefully) use the law library and...
Congratulations graduates of Yale Law School Class of 2015! As YLS alumni, you will continue to have access to the Law Library to study or prepare for the bar exam; however...
Are you planning on working for a firm this summer or doing corporate law after graduation? If so, Erin Wachowicz, Librarian at the Yale School of Management, has put...
Group and individual study spaces are available to Yale Law School students at the Sterling Law Building and at 40 Ashmun Street. For more information, please refer to the...
Crawfordville, Ga. Dr. Martin Luther King..." speaking to rally. Photograph from Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library
  There are thousands of resources at Yale to support your research on historical and contemporary race and social justice issues in the U.S. and beyond. The...

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